In a competitive business environment increasingly driven by technological innovation, companies need to stay abreast of the latest trends to access new opportunities and keep their competitive edge.
Advances in technology are happening at an unbelievable rate. Each and every day there are unique, new opportunities due to technological advancements. In the medical arena, the leaps and bounds are truly mind boggling, especially when you consider that some methods used a decade ago are now considered ancient and obsolete. And, the methods and machinery we use today are already on the fast track to being replaced by tomorrow’s next big thing.
Whether you’re in school, looking at going back to school, or have a relative on their way to a higher level of education, there’s a lot to be done to help make it easier for everyone involved. While a laptop computer is still an absolute must regardless of the degree pursued, it can get a little rough on the back to carry one around every day, hope to get a seat in the lecture hall where you can access a plug outlet, and hope there’s enough room on your desk to set it up comfortably without intruding on anyone else’s space. As classroom sizes increase, there’s less and less elbow room for students using laptops in class.
Video conferencing has become a day-to-day norm for a lot of people across the globe, especially for those in the corporate scene. It has made physical business meetings a thing of the past, especially when the participants are scattered across the country or around the world. However, there are still a few hiccups here and there and one of them was the issue of sharing videos to the people within the ongoing conference. Normally, a person would have to send each participant a copy of the video so they could all watch it together. That issue has been solved and now videos can be shared on any device, no matter where the participants are. Whether for personal or business reasons, the [...]